During my morning exercise in my recumbent bike in our sun room, I was struck by the panorama of the beautiful Autumn morning framed by the seven bare windows! Notably, we are in the process of preparing the room for the painters. All the blinds and curtains are down so there is a new perspective of the neighborhood. Perhaps this is reminder that change is good. It changes your view of things and makes you appreciate things that may be partially obscured by veils of one kind or another.
This leads me to think about other types of veils occurring as we live our lives. Perhaps we develop cobwebs of thinking in our brain that prevent us from appreciating other viewpoints. Sometimes in problem solving we let past procedures dominate our attempts to reach a conclusion. I am a dedicated crossword fanatic. Often, however, I come up to a brick wall with some of the difficult level puzzles. Frequently the solution will only come after backing away to refresh new pathways to the answers.
Lastly, I am beginning to contemplate the beginning of a new ski season in a couple of months or so. Will I approach this new season with different perspective? I have to confess that I am recognizing my physical abilities are suffering decline from aging. Perhaps the hours on the slope will be shorter and the coffee breaks will be longer. Also I regret that more and more of my geezer friends are exiting in one way or another.
Returning to the metaphor of the blazing light of bare windows, maybe this is a wake-up call to honor those leaving the Geezer group. It is also a good reminder to welcome new associates.
Finally, who knows what may trigger the above muses on this blog?